Cornwall donates bus to South Glengarry Fire

In this Tuesday, June 14, 2016 photo provided by the South Glengarry Fire Service, Members of the fire service receive a bus from the City of Cornwall and Cornwall Transit. Pictured are Steve Wereley, Cornwall Transit Supervisor; James Levert, South Glengarry Fire Service Senior Training Officer and Cornwall Transit Bus Operator; Gaetan Ladouceur, Manager of Gator’s Metal Recycling; Len Tapp, Division Manager of Cornwall Transit and Dave Robertson, South Glengarry Acting Fire Chief. (South Glengarry via Newswatch Group)

CORNWALL/SOUTH GLENGARRY – The donation of a used transit bus will come as a big plus for training firefighters in South Glengarry.

Members of the City of Cornwall and Cornwall Transit donated the bus, which is at the end of its life.

It will be used by South Glengarry firefighters for extrication training and rescue exercises in their training programs.

“We gratefully accept this bus donation from Cornwall Transit, as it will add to our training program and thus the emergency preparedness of our department,” Acting Fire Chief Dave Robertson said.

“We also thank Gator Recycling in Alexandria for their assistance in transporting this equipment, something they have often done in the past.”

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